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[texts]The world as it is - [Buchanan, Robert J.] [from old catalog]

Keywords: Voyages and travels
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[texts]Reference frames in virtual spatial navigation are viewpoint dependent. (Volume 8) - Torok, Agoston
This article is from Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, volume 8.AbstractSpatial navigation in the mammalian brain relies on a cognitive map of the environment. Such cognitive maps enable us, for example, to take the optimal route from a given location to a known target. The formation of these maps is naturally influenced by our perception of the environment, meaning it is dependent on factors such as our viewpoint and choice of reference frame...
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[texts]Changes in GABA and glutamate concentrations during memory tasks in patients with Parkinson's disease undergoing DBS surgery. (Volume 8) - Buchanan, Robert J.
This article is from Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, volume 8.AbstractUntil now direct neurochemical measurements during memory tasks have not been accomplished in the human basal ganglia. It has been proposed, based on both functional imaging studies and psychometric testing in normal subjects and in patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD), that the basal ganglia is responsible for the performance of feedback-contingent implicit memory tasks...
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[texts]Final report : state-administered programs for HIV-related care - Buchanan, Robert J
CMS copy in folder: State-administered programs for HIV-related care - Dec 1997 / Grant #18-P-90286/5-02
Keywords: Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (U.S.); HIV-positive persons; HIV-positive persons; Medicaid; Medicare; Government aid
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